Resolution Magazine: Assassin's Creed II review

Resolution Magazine: "Assassin's Creed II has improved a fair selection of the original game's experience, ensuring the narrative remains interesting without the gimmick of any obvious twists, and eradicating the repetitive nature of its predecessor's missions. But small, grating faults with combat and exploration still remain, and while the original might have got away with them two years ago, the sequel will struggle to justify the lack of refinement in certain areas. There's a lot to love here, definitely, but there's still the feeling that not enough has changed to elevate the series among the industry's best and brightest. It's a good game, but a few tweaks away from being a great one."

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